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Quilting the fiber art postcard
"Dreams In The Forest" ©2006



"Fiber Art Cards: Far and Wide"

"Dreams In The Forest" ©2006 was part of an exhibition of Fiber Art Trading Cards and Postcards created by artists from around the world displayed on a 9 feet high by 8 feet wide installation on rainbow colored banners curated by Carolyn Lee Vehslage during 2006.

>> A special exhibition was displayed periodically onboard the ship Crystal Serenity during the 2006 World Cruise January 18, 2006 to May 5, 2006. The voyage from Los Angeles to London visited 20 countries and 40 ports in 106-days.

>> An exhibition was held at the Ocean City Art Center, Ocean City, NJ October 2006


Guest Speaker & Lecturer


Hancock Fabrics, Inc.
266 Harbison Blvd
Columbia, South Carolina


November 5, 2005
Lecture - "Toys, Tools, and Other Things"
Lecture & Trunk Show - "Eye Candy"

"Art On Paper - 2005"

Dottie Gantt is one of seven American women artists to have their artwork juried into the International Exhibition "Art On Paper - 2005".  "Orchard" ©2004 was part of the exhibit held at the Sharjah Art Museum, Dubai, United Arab Emirates during Winter 2005, and was sponsored by the Kelekian Art Gallery, in Beirut, Lebanon.




"Orchard" 2004




Guest Speaker & Lecturer

Charlotte Quilter's Guild, Charlotte, North Carolina, July 6, 2005

Lecture & Trunk Show - "Wall Threads"

"Sacred Threads 2005"

"She Became Me" ©2005 was included as part of the juried exhibition of quilts exploring the subject themes of spirituality, joy, inspiration, grief and healing. This biennial exhibition was established to provide a safe venue for quilters of all faiths who see their work as a connection to the sacred and/or as an expression of their spiritual journey.


Photo of "She Became Me" artwork by Dottie Gantt
"She Became Me" ©2005


Photo of Dottie Gantt at "Salute To Small Business"

Second Annual South Carolina
"Salute To Small Business"

This exposition was sponsored by The South Carolina Coalition for Small Business and Entrepreneurship and South Carolina Women's Business Center, Columbia, SC,  May 18, 2005



Wild Women's Tea Party 2005 and 1st Annual Tea Cup Invitational and Silent Auction

"Millie" of "Millie and Tillie" ©2005 and
"Verbs"© 2005 were specially designed for the auction benefit for the Wellspring Resource Center - at Censor House & Gardens, Wildwood Avenue, Columbia, South Carolina - April 30, 2005


 

"Millie" of "Millie and Tillie" ©2005



"Keiko's Pond" ©2005"

Keiko and Friends: Art Quilts

"Keiko's Pond" ©2005" and "Happiness Is..." ©2005" were included in the exhibit "Keiko and Friends: Art Quilts". This exhibit showed artwork by contemporary Japanese quilt artists, Keiko Goke and Mariko Akizuki, as well as small works by over 50 international quilt artists - March 4 through April 23, 2005, hosted by the Kavanagh Gallery at the Fine Line Creative Art Center, 6N158 Crane Road, St. Charles, Illinois. 


Guest Speaker & Lecturer


>> Career Day at R. H. Fulmer Middle School, West Columbia, South Carolina - March 24, 2005

>> Columbia SC Women's Connection, Columbia, SC - March 15, 2005




Photo Above:  Norma Amick
and Sherrin Russell

Workshop/Class - Hand Quilting 101

Faith Lutheran Church, West Columbia, SC - January 3 - March 29, 2005


Photo Above: Tina Hooker

Photo Above:  Debbie Lineberger
and Norma Amick


Photo Above:  Patty Martin
and Tina Hooker

Workshop/Class - Hand Quilting 101

PMSI, West Columbia, SC
January 6 - March 3, 2005




Photo Above:  Teresa Kepler

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